Google is developing a new feature for its Chrome web browser that will allow users to disable all extensions on specific websites with one click.
As you can see from the screenshot released by Ghacks, users can click the extensions button in a website and then set switch to off to disable all extensions on that site. Turning the switch back on will enable the extensions again.
Previously, Google Chrome allowed users to manage access to individual extensions, but they couldn’t disable them all. The new feature is currently available in Chrome Canary and needs to be turned on manually.
This function is suitable for incompatibility problems in website access, but it is not known which extension is incompatible.
Enter chrome://flags/#extensions-menu-access-control in the Chrome address bar and press Enter
Change the status of the Extensions Menu Access Control experimental feature to Enabled
Restart the Chrome web browser